From 16-25 June, 500 schoolchildren studying in Baku and other schools in cities across Azerbaijan visited tourism enterprises located in the Lankaran-Astara economic region.
They took part in the EU-funded ‘School to Farm’ programme. The aim of the programme was to introduce them to food production and agro/ecotourism as well as its directions and features.
The programme is organised within the AgriVision project with the support of the European Union. In the future, the project envisages integrating the programme into school curricula.
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